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Friday, February 26, 2010

Universities who offer Veterinary Programs

Here, we’ll take a look at the fifty universities with a veterinary program throughout the United States. These schools all have prestigious veterinary programs, and can offer experience and learning to students.

  1. Michigan State University – Michigan State University, located in East Lansing, Michigan, is a public four-year coed university with about thirty-five thousand undergrads. It is a residential campus in a suburban setting of a small city.
  2. Penn…

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Veterinary College Scholarships and Grants

The fields of veterinary medicine and veterinary science continue to grow as people seek to care for domestic, exotic and livestock animals while researchers look for ways to cure diseases, improve health and to promote understanding of the animal kingdom.

Jobs as veterinarian doctors, assistants and even nurses remain in hot demand with the Bureau of Labor Statistics expecting rapid growth over the next decade. Cancer researchers, zoologists and everyone…

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Online Social Networks for Veterinary Students

Social networking sites are everywhere these days. There’s Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, among other sites for the general population, but there are also very specific groups you can join, depending on your interests. If you’re currently a veterinary student or are considering becoming one, here’s a list of five sites you’ll want to check out.

1. The Vet Social Network

The Vet Social Network is a professional and social network for…

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Private: Veterinarian Schools

Smiling down at the whimpering puppy in your arms as you fasten a bandage around its wounded leg, you think yet again how you would love to go to veterinarian school. Everyone you know has always said that you have a way with animals and you always assumed that once you were done school you would attend veterinarian school.

Veterinarian school Basics

Veterinarian school involves some very intense classes but your instructors will help you find your way through with personal assistance. Courses can include such as biology, anatomy, pharmaceuticals, chemistry, operative techniques, and nutrition.

Are All the Jobs in Vet Clinics?

The vast majority of positions open to you with…